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Old December 8th, 2012, 11:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have the android lying on his back and it says unlocked and on the side there is a start and I searched the web and got it to restore to factory setting and I am back to where I was before I started the toolkit... How in the world can it be done in 10 minutes...

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Did you get it unlocked and rooted?
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Did you get it unlocked and rooted?
No I am back to as I got it from Walmart so perhaps I need to try again, I did not know how to do choice #3 so I tried 2 but it ended fine... driver success, and then something happened and I made a mess.. so... I think I need to get an idiots version of this process.
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Have you tried the other toolkit?
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I did not know about another one .. I used the wugfresh 1.6.1 how can I find the other one?
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Try mskip's toolkit.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2001868

I used this one and it worked perfectly.

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2001868

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I watched the videos and he went too fast for me. Are there written instructions that I can read ?
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I watched the videos and he went too fast for me. Are there written instructions that I can read ?
Read this post by Droid_Junky. That's basically the numbers you want to select in the Toolkit. Or you can just try #8 and let it do it all at once if you already have the drivers working. Each time you select a number, you will see some instructions.
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Read this post by Droid_Junky. That's basically the numbers you want to select in the Toolkit. Or you can just try #8 and let it do it all at once if you already have the drivers working. Each time you select a number, you will see some instructions.
One of my questions that arose during the video, is how do I know if the drivers are already on the computer or if they are installed as they are a prerequisite for this process from what I understand.
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One of my questions that arose during the video, is how do I know if the drivers are already on the computer or if they are installed as they are a prerequisite for this process from what I understand.
It will check to see if ADB and Fastboot can talk to your tab. If it can't the drivers aren't working. You could also try #21 and see if it gives you infor for your N10. You can also look at #24 for the help section.
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